Learning at Marden from the start of Term 2
At Marden Senior College we remain committed to the continued facilitation of quality teaching and learning in the COVID-19 environment. From the start of Term 2 the majority of students will be learning from home, however, the college will remain open and continue to provide the duty of care and supervised access to learning for students who choose to attend the college.
Crucial to student success in this new and ever changing learning environment is maintaining a strong sense of connection between the student and the college, as well as clear and strong lines of communication between the college and students and families.
What is happening at Marden in Term 2?
In brief, arrangements for the first four weeks of Term 2 are:
- the majority of students will be learning from home
- normal scheduled lesson times will continue with lesson by lesson details provided on Daymap as a starting point
- for those unable to continue their learning at home, the library will be available as a safe, supervised study area during the day. Learning at school will be available the same as it is for students at home. Subject teachers will not be available face to face.
Watch for an email coming on 20 April with details. This email will include a short survey seeking a response to your how you/your child intends to continue learning.
Matters are changing quickly and these arrangements, in place for the first four weeks, will be reviewed in response to the COVID-19 situation and their effectiveness for learners and their families.